Problem rzeczywistości w jakościowych badaniach socjologicznych. Przykład badań terenowych
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Other Titles:The question of reality in qualitative sociological research. An example from the fieldwork
Citation:Ask: Research and Methods. Volume 5-6, Issue 1-2 (1997), pp. 19-37
This is same story (self-reflection) by sociologist who ran a fieldwork. I describe here surprising events, methodological pitfalls, and epistemological questions connected to the fieldwork. The intellectual process will be depicted which includes: (i) description of researched reality (so-called 'stories from the field'), (ii) analytical process, and (iii) procedures (so-called 'triangulation' procedures) which researcher applies in the field as well as in writing report - in order to 'present' researched area in a valid way. Three above-mentioned stages of presentation of the researched area are intermingled to create one intellectual process, referred to as a 'fieldwork'.
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